Can a city fix their roads by funding something else?
That’s the question as the city of Linden eyes a new millage for emergency services. It will be up to voters to decide when they head to the polls on Tuesday, August 2.
Police and fire currently get about $829,000 a year fully funded from the general budget.
If voters say yes to the millage, it would establish an emergency services budget and put roughly $655,000 into it for police and fire each year, which the city says would free up money for other projects.
This is an excerpt. The full article can be found HERE.
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